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/britfeel/ 30/07/2020 Anonymous 07/30/2020 (Thu) 19:11:06 No.1010
Thread #115 /bunkerfeel/ is over edition. Anon Cafe is our home now.
>>2034 I hope that means that they will start actually releasing new games again, getting a bit sick it being so long since the last actual new Bethesda RPG instead of rereleases and strange multiplayer titles that no one actually really wanted. Maybe they'll be less buggy with microsoft money too. I am hopeful because the current state of bethesda is not good.
Did you lads have anything to do with Digimon when you were little? I remember I knew of it somehow, I think it might have been from knowing it was on Cartoon Network but not watching it. For me, it was always Pokemon and DBZ. I know I watched the latter on CN but I'm not sure about Pokemon, it might have been the same though, I'm not sure where else it would've aired. Were there Digimon cards? If there were they can't have been popular at my school, I don't remember coming across them at all.
>>2039 I'm pretty sure Digimon aired on Fox Kids, not Cartoon Network. I watched it as a kid and had a digivice, which was essentially a digimon themed tamagotchi.
>>2039 Before it was really a thing over here, my great uncle who lives in America sent me some Digimon cards saying "it's the new Pokemon", so I can confirm they existed. Saw the anime some time after that, still remember the theme tune. I remember I used to draw all the main digimon a lot, and I had this wicked toy of Greymon that could "digivolve" into MetalGreymon (vid related). According to Wikipedia, Digimon was on Fox Kids and ITV. I would have seen it on ITV because we didn't have any fancy channels, except for the few times we accidentally did get them thanks to the unusual cable setup where I live. According to Bulbapedia, Pokemon was on Sky 1 and ITV.
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>>2041 I think I must've flicked past it on ITV then. I always remember scoffing at them for having the gall to challenge Pokemon for dominance of the magical-creatures-that-evolve genre. That looks like a complicated toy lad. *blocks your path*
omae nani ittendayo omae urusee
>>2042 I remember when these came out, and the playground was covered in rubbery gore for weeks, maybe months. What a waste of money.
>>2042 >>2044 I had a couple of those squidgy alien things, had the same disappointment as everyone else when they didn't have babies after sticking them back to back or putting them in the fridge. Fucking scam.
>>2043 This is the future you chose
What's everyone up to this evening? Other than responding to this important poll, of course. http://poal.me/jjssas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEqN0U7Vox8 I'm not sure how I feel about this lads. I like to think of her as forever being that spunky 17 year old jigging about on stage. And why change the music on an absolute classic like watashi ga obasan ni nattemo? Should she have just left it?
Morning lads. I think I'm getting towards the end of my core 2k vocabulary deck, because all of the new words are easy kana stuff, and it feels like I've been doing it forever. Very exciting.
>cooking instructions My mother bought these Mr Kipling apple pies for years, and we would always ate them cold. Oh no. Lads...I don't feel so goo- >>2051 I'm trying to get into learning nip myself. I bought two Japanese from zero books the other day, but haven't touched them, because I've been so busy. Probably just an excuse, though, if I'm on here eating expensive uncooked pies.
>>2041 I had one of those toys as a kid too.
It's cold, grey, and rainy today. There's something quite comfy about it.
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>>2055 >the smell of rain
Just had my first haircut since February, I am no longer reliving my indie/emo years.
I've noticed a trope in anime where after suffering a personal loss, a character will voraciously wolf down their food, thus indicating the strength of their resolve towards exacting vengeance or just generally continuing to participate in whatever struggle they're involved in. Has anyone else noticed this trope.
>>2057 I'm going the opposite direction, mine's long enough to wear a hairband now. I'm going for shoulder length. Did you have a nice chat with the hairdresser? I often felt awkward when I used to get haircuts, I never knew how to connect with that sort of person.
>>2059 Nah we didn't chat, I talk to her a lot when she's off work though. She's my mum, my mum is a hairdresser.
>>2060 Living the NEET dream. Has she been wearing a hazmat suit at work? She might be getting some more time off the way things are going.
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How do you go from this...
>>2063 You can see from his face that its the woman.
I'm satisfied with the conditions. Proceed with the plan.
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I have just successfully walked for a few steps without crutches for the first time since breaking my ankle.
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>>2063 He looks dead inside
I'm actually a big fan of Harry, he's given us our very own future Bogdanoff. We're finally a major player in global politics again. It doesn't matter if they divorced, we have our saviour Prince Shakeel "smack dat hoe" Windz0r.
>>2068 >>2069 Her bit was some of the phoniest, most platitude-filled drivel I've ever heard. She seems like a real narcissist. I'm looking forward to her going up against Kanye in the 2024 elections.
>>2066 Winter plan is don't call it furlough.
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>when amon visits mado's grave to give him a progress report on the ghoul situation
>>2067 Nice one lad, just got to keep at it and you'll be back to relative normality in no time!
What a fine young man, using his medium of artistic expression to spread a positive message in the hope of saving lives. How many young Britons can say they've made this kind of difference in the world? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zg2dmvvew_o
I've decided to eat less biscuits and Mr Kipling products with tea and more actual food at breakfast and lunch, because although I look and weigh fine, I feel like it probably isn't good for my organs to eat that much rubbish
willies and tits and rather large shits
>>2075 I've decided to offer you my full support in this undertaking. A healthy diet, staying hydrated, and sensible bedtimes have always been integral to our board's philosophy.
Ordered a greggs delivery via just-eat. Vegan Sausage Roll and spicy chicken bites. Also, does eveyone have a suitable thread image?, we'll hit bumplock at 1000 and this is 991
>>2078 >Vegan Sausage Roll What's in it? I've been told a lot of vegan stuff is quite unhealthy, which surprised me, because it always seems like wellbeing is touted as one of its big selling points.
>>2079 They apparently developed it with the people who make quorn, so its a fungal microprotein. I'm not particularly bothered about whether it's healthy or not to be honest, I don't expect a sausage roll to be. I just like them and don't really like greggs' normal sausage rolls.
This is reply number 994 of this thread. THREADSLAVE
>>2079 >which surprised me, because it always seems like wellbeing is touted as one of its big selling points. Theres two main kinds of vegans, the kind that is doing it for the health reasons and eats lots of healthy plant food and the kind that does it for animals reasons and is perfectly happy to eat unhealthy shit. For the second group they generally want imitations no matter how unhealthy they may be. I honestly prefer the vegan greggs stuff anyway as sometimes the meat ones can be well dodgy. t. the second kind
>>2082 What are some devilishly indulgent vegan foods then? How many of the meat substitutes do you like? I've tried quorn mince, chicken, sausages, and bacon, and found them all very bland. I'm sure they'll bring out more convincing alternatives eventually because it's such a fast-growing industry, but I feel like it's still in the growing phase artificial sweeteners were at 10-15 years ago when they all had synthetic chemicaly tastes.
I saw that shot policeman was only a few weeks from being able to retire. Like something out of a bad film. Can you imagine being a few weeks from retirement and just being shot dead for asking someone about whether they'd been following toothless local lockdown laws?
>>2077 I actually nailed the hydration bit. I've been keeping a 2L Tesco bottle of water on my desk (probably not the safest place for it, considering this is my only PC, and I can't afford a replacement), and I've been drinking from it in between meals. I've never drank this much water before, and it feels pretty nice. >>2083 Not him, I tried some of the meat substitute burgers from Iceland a few weeks ago, and they were okay. Very bland meat, is what they taste like. There's a better kind, though, that they used to serve us in later high school when they got them, but I can't find them. They're pretty good nutritionally, and there's no grease for the lot of them anyway.
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娼婦、しょうふ、'shoufu' - prostitute; harlot
>>2084 Who shot him?

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